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by meg whitman's former housekeeper nikki dion. it's unlikely it sent a warning letter like that unless an employer had hired ten people with mismatched social security numbers. the whitman believes allred is in cahoots with jerry brown. >> no one from jerry brown's campaign have contacted me. i haven't contacted them. as far as my client goes, nikki doesn't know anybody in politics. >> whitman has already provided proof. when she hired her through an employment agency the housekeeper supplied a social security card and a driver's license. >> we told the employment agency we have to hire people only documented to work here. we had no idea she was illegal. >> the timing of these accusations are called into questions weeks before an election day in a race that's a dead heat. whitman has been courting hispanics mostly known to be democrats. >> meg, please, can you help me? and she was very upset and said no! >> the story of housekeeper nikki diaz is sure to come up when the two candidates meet in their next debate on saturday in fresno. >> if her version of the story's right, it's going to
by meg whitman's form housekeeper nikki dion. it's unliky it sent a warning letter like that unless an employer had hired ten people with mismatched social security numbers. the whitman believes allred is in cahoots with jerry brown. >> no one from jerry brown' campaign have contacted me. i haven't contacted them. as far as my client goes, nikki doesn't know anybody in politics. >> whitman has already provided proof when she hired her through an employment agency the housekeeper supplied a social security card and a driver's license. >> we told the employment agency we have to hire people only documented to work here. we had no idea she was illegal. >> the timing of these accusations are called into questions weeks befor an election day in a race that's a dead heat. whitman has been courting hispacs mostly known to be democrs. >> meg, please, can you help me? and she was very upset and said no! >> the ststory of housekeeper nikki diaz is sure to come up when the two candidates meet in their next debate on saturday in fresno. >> if her version of the story's right, it's going to look
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? but nikki not only knows the jazz great ss, she might be one of them. ♪ who can ask for anything more ♪ >> reporter: a tv audience of 3 billion people watched her sing at the opening ceremony of the olympics. ♪ o canada ♪ >> reporter: she had a number one song in her home country of canada. ♪ i believe in the power that comes ♪ >> reporter: with a voice that would leave simon cowell speechless. >> i don't consider myself to be a big deal. i'm just nikki, you know? >> reporter: we spent a day on the town with the 16-year-old and her mom. and, at every turn, she found musical inspiration beyond her years. >> billie holliday is playing. >> reporter: you have an ear for it? >> it's disticket. it's like leal, you hear it once and you know it's her. and her time is so good. nobody has time like that. >> reporter: this ability came early to nikki. she's been singinging since age 11. then, at 12, a music teacher turned her onto jazz. she learned ella fitzgerald's "airmail special" by heart. then vowed the crowd with it at a jazz festival in montreal. now, as she pre
that night he was vulnerable as a result of it. in april 2009 ms. whitman told nikki she had officially announced her campaign for governor. it was at this point the nikkei decided she would speak to ms. whitman top to legalize the status. when niki asked for help she was terminated. >> meg please can you tell me she was very upset and said no and you've never seen me. she doesn't understand me and i realize at that moment to that she didn't appreciate my work. she walked through me away like a piece of garbage. >> all after the she worked for whitman after nine years listed this one by one trade ds said she knew she was undocumented did they offer any proof? >> she said for several years she receive documentation letters from the social security administration which said the social security number she provided did not match the name on file and mismatches a clue that the person working for use on documented but apparently whitman never did anything about it and housekeeper claims that she found several these letters in the trash. >> to to produce documents? >> she and didn't but she's
application for the question, can you legally accept employment, the yes box was checked. >> we hired nikki through an employment agency and had relied on them obviously to verify that she was legal to work here. >> reporter: san yoen's attorney claims they received a letter from the social security administration in 2003 alerting them of the potential problem. she says there was a policy of don't ask, don't tell. for the nine years she worked for the whitmans. >> instead, nikki, the employee was told to quote, check on this, end quote. the employer, however, never asked her about this again. she alleges that she saw these letters after they were thrown in the trash. >> whitman maintain she was not aware of her san yoen's immigration status and when she was aware, she had no choice but to terminate her. allred plans to present evidence that proves whitman knew san yoen what's in fact an immigrant. >>> after being mauled by two dogs in a san jose neighborhood, police say a german shephard and pit bull mix crashed through a fence and attacked a man in the 5000 block of camden avenue. he was t
a great relationship. it's a lie. >> reporter: nikki diaz a former housekeeper and celebrity attorney gloria alred made the announcement. >> we signed her through a temporary company. there was no reason why we would think she was illegal at all. we had to let her go that very day. we said gosh nikki, you can't work for us anymore. >> reporter: the whitman campaign says consider the source gloria alred they say alred is a part of a quote democratic party sleaze machine. they say that alred is known for political stunts. they think that alred and brown may be in cahoots. >> this is how career politicians do their business. >> reporter: two days ago, the brown camp did alert us that whitman had so called housekeeper problems. if whitman could talk to nikki diaz today. >> if she's listening right now. i am so sorry. i bet you are feeling really badly. >> reporter: does whitman think her housekeeper should be deported? up to immigration officials she says. >> reporter: we have posted detales on the whitman issue. >>> one california democrat is getting relatively good marks by an overwhel
in iraq, they'll have to do a lot of both to nikki, that sounds like real combat. >> there are still bad people in iraq who do bad things to our soldiers no matter what the name of the mission is. >> reporter: nikki's husband was sent to iraq on july 1 and won't be back for a year. >> it's hard. >> reporter: at fort stewart's warrior's walk, she anxiously notes the newest casualties from iraq. >> iraq, iraq, iraq. they're all iraq right here. >> reporter: and she worries the american public may turn away from the conflict there, considering it done. >> don't forget us, we're still there. >> because the war isn't over, right? >> not over, until every last soldier is home. >> reporter: for the next year, nikki, eric, and their three children will visit long- distance over the computer. >> hi, babe! >> reporter: and wait for the day all the troops come back. dean reynolds, cbs news, fort stewart, georgia. see you again soon. captioning sponsored by cbs captioned by media access group at wgbh access.wgbh.org they say they have the audio tapes to prove it. >>> angry firefighters say their fel
's a lie. >> reporter: nikki diaz a former housekeeper and celebrity attorney gloria alred made the announcement. >> we signed her through a temporary company. there was no reason why we would think she was illegal at all. we had to let her go that very day. we said gosh nikki, you can't work for us anymore. >> reporter: the whitman campaign says consider the source gloria alred they say alred is a part of a quote democratic party sleaze machine. they say that alred is known for political stunts. they think that alred and brown may be in cahoots. >> this is how career politicians do their business. >> reporter: two days ago, the brown camp did alert us that whitman had so called housekeeper problems. if whitman could talk to nikki diaz today. >> if she's listening right now. i am so sorry. i bet you are feeling really badly. >> reporter: does whitman think her housekeeper should be deported? up to immigration officials she says. >> reporter: we have posted detales on the whitman issue. >>> one california democrat is getting relatively good marks by an overwhelming number 72- 19
headed 1099 on file 0 driver's license, so scared a car. i have to say i feel terrible for nikky, she was a friend or family for nine years. she was in many ways and a member of our extended family. court allred knows exactly what she's doing. >> women said that she fired a housekeeper in 2009 when she discovered diaz was in the country illegally. react with us. the spokesman says " "once again, meg whitman has shown that she thinks the rules don't apply to her. after more than a year of whitman demanding immigration policy that "holds employers accountable," we learn that accountability doesn't extend to her own actions." if you would like to watch the entire report. his kron4 dot com. >> 712 right now we will be back right now in just a couple minutes, let's look at the san mateo bridge, you could see it as a little hazy traffic is mateo bridge, you could see it as a little hazy traffic is moving westbound very well. [ instrumental music ] are only one hundred thirty miles apart. they may as well be on different planets. sacramento, mismanaged, ineffective. silicon valley gave us ap
. then i met nikki. two weeks later, we were in reno to get married. they turned us down. see, it's nikki sawada, japanese-american, and in nevada, they had this antimiscegenation law: forbid marriages between races. i kept saying, "but i'm the foreigner." [laughter] so i phoned my lawyers, 'cause now i needed help to get married, and we went before a judge, and he said we had the right to, and so we did, and nevada got rid of the damn law, and so did a few other states as well. [applause] right, but, you know, in 1933, hitler sent a bunch of guys over here to study that antimiscegenation law to use it as a basis for some of their anti-semitic laws. now, it seems to me-- and i might be wrong, but i don't think so--that we sent a bunch of boys over there to get rid of that nazi stuff and a lot of those boys never came back. and now 16 years later, there's 20 states have still got that law on their books, and they don't want to give it up. maybe that's something else the ilwu should take a stand on, hmm? >> right! [cheers and applause] >> anyway, we had a honeymoon, only a couple of days, '
manipulated, gloria alred knows what she is doing. i know nikki really well, if she is listening right now, i am sorry, i bet you are feeding badly and it's a shame. >> meg whitman opponents have been watching all of this commotion. tonight jonathan has the democrats take on what could be a set back. >> reporter: eric says the latest make meg whitman look like a hypocrite. the way she handled this was pretty good. >> she has done a good job of handling the issue, she addressed it directly, she answered the questions the press presented her this morning. you can't fault her performance. she is a very polished politician. >> do you get the sense she was telling the truth about not knowing? >> i don't. although none of us ever will know whether she knew or not. here is the rough, she needed to know. federal law required her to know. if you are governor, you can't have the excuse i didn't open my mail. >> reporter: what do you make of the timing? >> it makes sense, in california we have election month, not election day. >> reporter: do you think that meg whitman is in trouble because of this? >>
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. and that maid stepped forward yesterday, nikki diaz, saying her nine-year job as housekeeper with whitman ended last year when she told whitman she wanted to become a citizen and wit w n whan -- whitman turned her back. she new her social security did not match her name. the two sides obviously have very different stories. >> meg, please, can you help me? and she was very upset and said, no! and you know me. >> as soon as we found that she was an illegal immigrant, then we actually did what we had to do as an employer, was to let her go. >> diaz says she took the social security administration letters from whitman's trash back in 2003. now, why she did that, why she did it then and kept those letters, didn't say a word until now, that is why wittman is saying opponent jerry brown has his fingerprints on this. allred is promising these letters. whitman says they don't exist. someone's telling the truth and someone not. there will be much more on this saturday. a spanish language debate between whitman and jerry brown in fresno. live in oakland, terry mcsweeney, abc 7 news. >> terry, thank you.
has thrown me away like a piece of garbage. >> reporter: nikki diaz said whitman abruptly fired her after she announced her candidacy. >> i was very upset. i said no, you know me. >> reporter: in a state where latinos make up 20% of likely voters, illegal immigration is an especially tricky issue. so this was nothing short of a political bombshell. the whitman campaign said the can dade fired diaz, the minute diaz told her she wasn't allowed to work. the campaign released documents, including a social security card. driver's license and w-4 form with status of permanent resident. today gloria allred insisted she can prove whitman knew for at least six years those documents were false. >> it was miss whitman, engaging in her own form of don't ask, don't tell. >> reporter: in an interview with george stephanopoulos airing tomorrow on "good morning america" whitman called this politics as usual. >> i felt terribly for nikki. she's in some real trouble here. i'm very sorry for her. >> reporter: but it could still hurt her chances to be governor. david wright, abc new, los angeles. >>> a
you. >> from the campaign trail in san jose, whitman fired back. she said she hired nikki through an employment agency. her campaign provided these documents. she falsified social security card and driver's license. as proof the former e-bay ceo had no idea about nikki's legal status. >> as soon as we found she was an illegal immigrant, then we actually did what we had to do as an employer, was to let her go. but all the documentation that we had said that she was legal. >> opponent jerry brown weighed in, too, issuing this statement: once again meg whitman has shown she thinks the rules don't apply to her. after a year of whitman demanding immigration policy that holds employers accountable, we learn that accountability doesn't extend to her own actions. with little more than a month until election day, it will soon be up to voters to decide. >> if her version of the story's right, it's going to look pretty good for her and it's gonna look a little bit sleazy on the part of the democrats. >> democrats like former congressman and state party chair john burton say it will be the ot
many musicians in recovery today. well, nikki sixx; nikki sixx did a whole album, right, mark? absolutely. right. and richie supa is putting out an album now with dozens of recovering musicians from different groups we've all heard of since the 70s and they're producing it now and they're all written about recovery and all the success stories that go with it. so essentially, we've got the internet. and in the internet, we didn't even begin to touch on the whole issue of pharmacies, online pharmacies, and how they contribute. right, mark? the internet is incredibly valuable in terms of the information that provides access to unlimited resources and with free trade, commerce and opinion and speech, there are people who will take advantage of opportunities and perpetuate some of the less fortunate sides of our society and our approach again is to reward when people do things in an accurate way, make sure that the portrayal is being recognized, so that ultimately somebody would never think of portraying someone in recovery sitting, you know, under a bridge and/or someone who has a
. and the way that nikki was treated by her employer mrs. whitman caused nickie to feel exploited, disrespect, humiliated and emotionally and financially abused. >> i was shocked at heart that miss whitman would treat me this way after nine years. i realize the at that moment that she didn't appreciate my work so she was throwing me away like a piece of garbage. [ crying ] >> housekeeper nikki diaz says that she worked for meg whitman and her husband from 2000 to 2009. her attorney said whitman did not pay diaz for all the hours she worked and also required her to find a replacement when she went on maternity leave. she was fired when whitman decided to run for governor, she said. meg whitman said diaz falsified her personal information and was fired after she admitted to being an illegal resident. >>> meantime, whitman squared off in her first debate against jerry brown last night. an eyewitness news poll shows 40% believe brown with whitman close behind at 37%, within the margin of error. the remaining 23% felt there was no clear winner. the hot topics last night, the economy and jobs. >> m
, in fact, nikki alleges that she received a number of letters for a number of years and that nikki found those letters in the trash. >> now, what she was doing going through the trash seven years ago and saving that trash we don't know. more on that interview this morning on "good morning america." allred is described as a brown for governor contributor, personal friend of jerry brown. if allred cannot prove all she is alleging she did not do brown any favors. live in oakland, terry mcsweeney, abc 7 news. >> terry, thanks a lot. in the wake of all that this morning there are two polls offering two very conflicting opinions about the california governor's race. the policy institute of california finds jerry brown and meg whitman locked in a statistical tie. 37 plan to vote for brown. 18% undecided. meantime a new cnn time poll shows brown way ahead with 52% of likely voters supporting the democrat, just 43% supporting whitman. this morning the oakland police union is voicing its disagreement with the city over whether to rehire some of the 80 officers who were laid off in july. our media
2009 ms. whitman told nikki that she had officially announced her campaign for governor. it was at this point to that nike decided she would speak to miss whitman for help to legalize her status. when a key ask for help, she was terminated. >> meg please can you want me, she was very upset and said no, and you don't know me and i have never seen you and you have never seen me she yelled. i realize that that point she didn't appreciate my work and so she threw me away like a piece of garbage. >> nikky alleges meg whitman knew she was undocumented does she have proof? >> she said the social security administration beginning in 2003 began sending letters to women sang the number that the housekeeper had provided did not match the name of course the mismatch as a clue that there's a problem there. nothing was done. >> she doesn't have the paperwork today? >> she does not have the paperwork today she kept saying she has some but she's not going to produce some but or finding out she might produce some tomorrow. >> what about other allegations that she worked for an hour she w
and he was vulnerable as a result of this. in april 2009 ms. whitman told nikki that she had officially announced her campaign for governor. it was at this point the nikkei decided that she would speak to ms. whitman for help to legalize her status. when a key ask for help but she was terminated. >> meg please can you help me? and she was very upset and said no and you don't know me and i've never seen you. understand me? i realize that that moment she didn't appreciate my work and she went through me away like a piece of garbage. >> that's take this one by one ds allegis with the new shoes and documented to to provide proof? >> she didn't provide proof basically she claims whitman of never asked me about her status but she received letters from social security ministration beginning of 2003 sing the social security number that the housekeeper provided didn't match. but that was a tipoff but she said would never deli thing about it and fact throughout subsequent letters from the social security administration. >> to provide documentation? >> no not today but she said to provide document
people? who are the palin people that can turn out and become christine o'donnell people? nikki haley people. how do you build this process? >> she has an incredible pull that is very successful. those people that support governor palin are very loyal to her. >> who are they? men, women? mostly women? >> no, i think it is both men and women. they're all over the country and they are really plugged into a lot of anger at the president. what's also interesting about her supporters, they are just so incredibly loyal to her. she can really do no wrong. everything. whether it be on monday when she's with bristol on "dancing with the stars" or endorsing christine o'donnell, whatever she does, they are supportive. >> are they pro-life? >> yes. >> middle, working class, regular income people? right in the middle. >> i think so, too. obviously, the tea party people are supporting her people that identify themselves with as tea partiers. i think it's more than that. i think that she really -- what's interesting is when she arguably that she's running for president and when she starts that and g
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we're going to get laid off. >> reporter: some already have been laid off like nikki who lost her job with the airline. she says that news about the recession sounds about right. >> i was unemployed in 2009 and got a job a few months ago and i feel pretty good about things. >> reporter: pretty good after a rougher year. >> took about a year to finish my degree and do the fellowship program. it was hard. >> reporter: now it's hard watching her kids suffer. >> my son is having a hard time finding a job. >> reporter: a tale of bitter passing sweet. the unemployed sitting across from a small business owner who received stimulus money. >> food stamps and stuff like that which i never thought i would be. >> clearly it hasn't trickled down to jobs yet. >>> the family of a woman's whose he mains were found buried in montgomery county are pleading. she lost her mother at younger age. investigators are now searching for two people. the victims rights foundation is offering a reward of up to $5000 for information leading to the arrest and conviction of her killer. you can call or text in a anony
in the worst insult, fired once whittman decided to run for governor. choking back tears nikki diaz held a press conference telling the world her illegal status was no secret, especially to her employer, meg whittman. . >> we have no job, no food, no place to live, and for that reason we made a decision to come here. i tell her that she knew that and i don't have papers to work here and i need her help. i want her to help me get an immigration attorney. >> reporter: the former maid with her attorney at her side alleged whittman engaged in her uniform of quote don't ask don't tell saying diaz was paid $23 an hour to clean and preform nanny duties until june 2009 when whittman started exploring a run for the governor's office. that's when the undocumented maid was fired allegedly with these words. >> i told you don't know me and i have never see you and you have never see me she yelled understand me? >> reporter: with in minutes whittman fired back. >> we were stunned, just amazed and we said we will have to let you go. that's our -- that's our legal obligation, we will have to let you
as a result of it. april 2009 ms. whitman told nikki she had announced her campaign for governor. it was at this point that they decided she would speak to mrs. whitman for help to legalize her status. when nikki asked for help she was that terminated. >> make could you please help me,, she was upset and she said no, and you don't know me and i have never seen you. and you have never seen the shield. understand me. i realize at that moment she did not appreciate my work. she was throwing me away like a piece of garbage. >> called me and said i need to talk to you she came over on a saturday and she said i feel terrible i have to tell you i'm not here legally. i said gosh mickey i have to let you go. that's our legal obligation as an employer could we have to let you go. she never came back to work after that saturday. all the documentation says she was legal. she added 1099 which the employment agency, drivers licenses, social security number. we had no idea she was not legal. nobody could have been more stunned. she is being manipulated gloria knows exactly what she is doing and
called this politics as usual. >> i felt terribly for nikki. she's in some real trouble here. i'm very sorry for her. >> reporter: but it could still hurt hur chances to be governor. david wright, abc new, los angeles. >>> after going through emotional wrangling, the house passed a bill that would provide more than $7 billion to worker whose got sick cleaning up ground zero after 9/11. you might remember the electrifying moment when the bill was up for debate last summer and new york congressman anthony wiener went into a furious rant aimed for opponents for holding up the bill. >> it's republicans wrapping their arms around republicans rather than doink the right thing on behalf of heroes. it is a shame. a shame. >> and he got action. the senate is expected to take up the bill after the election. and their was a how many tragedy that we heard about today, which has an important lesson for all of us and our children. a young boy with a violin, leaving behind the message about kids and callusousness and wounds we cannot she. >> reporter: him dharun had an idea to be a peeping tom. what
. some lucky fan went home with nikki mathew's jacket. the duke stunned virginia tech 21-16. the hokies are now 0-2. ohio state hosting miami. terrell pryor ran for 11 yards. they beat the u, 26-34. >>> noter game and michigan, joe upon tan gnaw's -- montana's son making his debut. he probably wants that big. brian kelly loses his first game. the wolverines beat the irish, 28-24. >>> kim clijsters was going for her three-peat. she won it in 2005 and missed the next few before returning to win it. this pretty sums up the night for vera zvonareva. clijsters wins in straight seats. she's now won 21 straight matches at flushing meadows. not bad for someone who took two years off to raise her daughter. >>> on the men's side, regger federer and novak djokovic, he rallied back and will take on rafael nadal tomorrow. >>> team usa tries to advance to the game since 1994. >>> more sports next. ,,,,,,,, big fish too... you know why? 'cause i'm a papa bear. you -- look at you, mr. high-tech hollywood, with all your high-tech gizmos. it's how i roll. you roll like a dinosaur with that tiny interest
me. she yelled, understand me? >> reporter: during a teary press conference, housekeeper nikki diaz accused her employer of harshly firing her in the summer of 2009. her employer was meg whitman, the republican candidate for governor. diaz says she came to whitman in june of last year to admit she was here illegally after nine years of working as her housekeeper. she wanted help with an immigration lawyer. whitman didn't help. >> i realized at that moment she didn't appreciate my work and so i -- she was throwing me away like a piece of garbage. >> all the documentation that we had said that she was legal. she had a 1099 on file with the employment agency, driver's license, social security card. we had no reason to believe that she was not legal. >> reporter: in fact, whitman's campaign produce what it says are hiring documents where diaz supposedly confirmed she was eligible to work legally and the supposedly fake social security card and driver's license. but if this happened 18 months ago why didn't whitman say anything until now? >> never came up and i didn't think there was an
contributor nikki stern. >> a couple of weeks after my husband died on 9/11, i went with a friend to the assistance center at pier 4 in manhattan. i was looking for help or answers or maybe some elusive form of consolation. i don't know. i was grief-stricken. i was angry. at one point i drop-kicked a chair halfway across the room. my friend grabbed my arm and whispered urgently. anger is is for home. that's not bad advice especially when dealing with public events in which you play only a tiny part. but anger is very public in our post 9/11 times. take the rage over the planned mosque near ground zero. some people consider it to be an insult to those who died at the site. i don't. frankly i welcome anything that proposes to advance the cause of peace and understanding. that doesn't make me naive, folks. it makes me sick and tired of the anger. >> we are going to have an international burn.... >> now wait a minute. wait a minute. now wait a minute. >> reporter: these days we seem to be ticked off about everything. we yell at each other. we yell at our leaders. we trade in suspicion
candidates think of nikki haley in south carolina indian-american woman wins the republican nomination in south carolina and we are supposed to feel bad? you have a candidate for nevada sandoval, a great latino. of course what is the left gonna do? what if latinos win the governorship as republicans in mexico and nevada? latino win the senate race in florida, how can that be if they are republicans? you are going to have an african-american conservative, scott from charleston in the u.s. house. how is the elite media going to deal with the fact that the rising energetic new ideas, grass roots party in america is republican, not democrat? >> sean: it is interesting. it seems that the only ideas that we are hearing are coming from conservatives. they are talking about returning to constitutional principles, lowering tax. i like boehner and mcconnell's idea. roll back spending to 2008 levels, that's a good start. let's not have new spending, repealing health care, war on terror, onboarders. there seem to be answers. the left seems to be at this moment in time, they don't have ideas. excep
, what did you learn? >> that mika can squinch up her nose just like amanda stevens. >> okay. nikki haley tomorrow, a rising star. >> wrap it up. >>> right now it's time for "the daily rundown" with chuck and savannah. >> they call us whacky. they call us wing nuts. we call us we the people. >> christine o'donnell works her magic with value voters. >>> plus, democrats are waving a nationality party campaign but the white house says it's not happening. >>> and the case against men. the evidence that women are better at just about everything. can this really be true? good morning. it's monday, september 20th, 2010. >> i'm chuck. let's get to the rundown before we go to mars and venus. the president working to break through on the economy. it's an hour-long live televised town hall on our sister network, cnbc, and he talks to 200 people from college students to small business owners and retirees. >> the president then hits the campaign trail later on. he's going to head to philadelphia to support joe sestak in favor of arlen specter who was defeated. we're getting real push back from the whi
was mistreated, even exploited. then nikki diaz insists she was fired when whitman decided to run for governor. >> i felt like she was throwing me away like a piece of garbage. >> nicky was terminated in a cruel and heartless way. >> this was a stunt led by gloria allred, who does this every election cycle. >> a job application nicky diaz claimed she did have legal status. >>> snooki is writing a book. it's called "a shore thing." it will be about her search for love on the boardwalk. there's laughing in the studio right now. the 22-year-old says i'm pumped to announce my new project i've been working on for some time. a book will have you falling in love at the shore of the it's "a shore thing." replant a forest? maybe you want to rebuild homes for those in need? or, maybe you want to help improve our schools? whatever you want to do, members project from american express can help you take the first step. vote, volunteer or donate for the causes you believe in at membersproject.com. take charge of making a difference. ♪ [ male announcer ] we touch a lot of things throughout the day. so it's
after these women, sarah palin, sharron angle, nikki haley, christine o'donnell, these women for the most part and there are some exceptions, are true conservative women. they are fiscal conservatives. they are also, for the most part, not all. most are pro-life and pregun. you know what that does to the left? that represents an existential threat to liberal im. women are the core base for the democratic party and far left. what they are seeing happening before their eyes is women peeling away from the democratic party, going republican, going conservative and actually running on that platform. >> bill clinton the womanizer in chief so ironic to be making those comments i'm not surprised. what else does he have to do? clearly the progressives are scared. very concerned about conservative women coming out, powerful, with their message about liberty. i don't know if either one of you are familiar with the film, fire from the heartland. great film about conservative women from across the country of all backgrounds. i'm honored to be in that film -- >> sean: to what extent -- if
, you're seeing christine o'donnell, nikki haley a little while ago, that there was a forum for women to respond. that that was not the only noise on the playing field. >> but you guys aren't suggesting that just by virtue of someone being a woman that they have to hold a set of views? >> not at all. >> i mean, there's room for women to disagree on issues over abortion, on -- >> absolutely. and some of the races that are absolute top priorities are women versus women match-ups. you look at barbara boxer versus carly fiorina in california. we would like to see more women versus women match-ups. i think that that should be the norm, not the exception. but that's a race where there really is no starker contrast between barbara boxer who is a major champion of women and carly fiorina who is a palin endorsed, self-proclaimed mama grizzly who is going to advocate policies that are bad for women and families. >> are you missing a democratic woman who can be as persuasive, some might think of a certain secretary of state hillary clinton, once a formidable campaigner herself who is now out of
are the palin people that can turn out and become christine o'donnell people? nikki haley people. how do you build this process? >> she has an incredible pull that is very successful. those people that support governor palin are very loyal to her. >> who are they? men, women? mostly women? >> no, i think it is both men and women. they're all over the country and they are really plugged into a lot of anger at the president. what's also interesting about her supporters, they are just so incredibly loyal to her. she can really do no wrong. everything. whether it be on monday when she's with bristowl on "dancing with the stars" or endorsing christine o'donnell, wh are the? >> yes. >> middle, working class, regular income people? right in the middle. >> i think so, too. obviously, the tea party people are supporting her people that identify themselves with as tea partiers. i think it's more than that. i think that she really -- what's interesting is when she arguably that she's running for president and when she starts that and goes to iowa and starts shaking hands and kissing babies, as they say
. >> very fond of nikki. i didn't want to make an example of her. it is not -- an obligation of the employer to turn in illegal employees. and i -- you know, just thought i'm knowing go to make an of nikki. >> clearly she is trying to show a compassionate side while maintaining her tough on illegal immigration policy position. but bottom line, this was crisis pr 101. she took every question and has been doing a series of interviews to try to put this behind her. >> gloria allred the lawyer for the housekeeper in question, she says that whitman is not telling the truth. >> that's right. first of all, whitman appeared with her husband by her side claiming that her family never received a letter from the social security administration telling them that her former housekeeper's social security number was bad. but gloria allred, celebrity attorney, held her own press conference and in a dramatic fashion produced what she said is a letter from the social security administration to the whitmans dated april 2003 and there is a handwritten note on the bottom of that letter that says nikki, please che
to owgo to the ikki perlo >> who is what that is? >> the nikki perro foundation gives money to people who are recovering from recoveringy issues. >> we were looking at the guy that is prettt impressiveewhht he just made. >> i'm watching and kind avenue mazed at some the balloons that are coming out.ú he will be at the party as well. we got music, food and all kinds of entertain: it's nice for families growing up. it's a lovely time. thii the second year we're doing it. last year it wws a faaulous party. >> it sounds good. i an't wait to see what that balloon ends up being when we come back to see you ggys in a few minutes. thanks, kristen. -p>>> party at the club is at padonia park, on saturday and foxbaltimore.com/morning. its way into the staae. take a look at what we have on the hd radar, as it gets closer. a few waves of energy that brings showers. heavier rain to the northwest part of the ccty as you can see and into ppkevilll up along 695 and to the northern part of the beltway anddalso up 833around cockeysville seeing heavier raiú there as well. -lso toward fallson, seeing heav
in gubernatorial races like suzanna martinez and nikki haley, these folks are going to shake it up, some of those in the hierarchy of the political machine and on both sides of the aisle they are very much into control and titles and egos and everything else. i'm not saying that personally about karl rove. i think that's inherently in the nature of the hierarchy of a political machine. >> we need to -- we really need to just stop here, and i don't want to clutter things up after sarah palin speaking there with facts, but the fact is -- and she's very upset because karl rove pointed out some facts. one fact is that christine mcdonald -- >> o'donnell. >> -- lied about her education for decades. she lied about going to princeton. she lied about getting a degree. her mortgage was foreclosed on. she can't tell the truth on her biography. those are the facts, are they not? >> they are. but i'll tell you, i think it's possible she can win this race because she's a great candidate. it's unusual for someone to go on the morning shows and handle herself so well. >> i thought she was particularly great on o
candidate for the national republican party. in south carolina, nikki haley, i guarantee you nikki haley is going to be on a national ticket one day. i met her and three minutes after meeting her at the south carolina gubernatorial debate, i turned to mika and i said, thank god. thank god there's somebody -- there's somebody i can get excited about. paul ryan, nikki haley, marco rubio. there are young republicans coming up through the rank that actually will give this party, i think you're right, a bench that will carry them forward for a decade. >> matt, stay with us. coming up next -- >> do you agree he's young and fresh and new and exciting. >> and attractive. i saw you wrote that down too. >> that's pat's. >> coming up, what last night's primaries mean for president obama. the "politico playbook" is straight ahead. and later, the face of facebook. "the new yorker's" exclusive interview with billionaire 26-year-old mark zuckerberg. >>> but first, here's bill karins with your check of the forecast. >> thanks, willie. good morning, everyone. just got the update from the national hurrica
, nikki, the employee was told to "check on this." the employer, however, never asked her about this again. >> we never received that letter or that notification. >> reporter: whitman speaking at cisco in san jose today denied the allegations saying the documents were falsified when she was hired and whitman says she was fired in june of 2009, after she came to them and as mitted she is -- admitted she was an illegal immigrant. >> we were stunned. we have to let you go that is our legal obligation as an employer, we have to let you go she never came back to work after that saturday. >> reporter: her attorney says she will provide evidence tomorrow showing whitman knew her client's immigration status and had a policy of don't ask, don't tell. >> apparently she knew that employing an undocumented worker while running for a high-profile public office was a potential liability. >> reporter: when whitman was asked if she stands by her comment that those breaking the law and here illegally should be deported, given the situation, whitman says she would leave that decision to federal immigration
to go after t indian americans have done so well in the politics. nikki haley the governor of louisiana. are we going to go to this kind of tribal politics? it's not funny, david. >> i was just laughing in recognition, how obvious it is newt gingrich is doing here. i don't think that it's funny at all. this argument he's taking is on the cover of "forbes" magazine. why is that on the cover of "forbes" magazine? it's an incredibly flimsy article. >> the republican magazine and the republicans are out in full force. steve forbes may ha an interest in this. gingrich was reacting to a "forbes" cover story -- howard? >> well, that's -- >> newt gingrich believing, he said this is brilliant. >> yes, i know. >> he said this is stunning. >> yeah. >> he said this is a perfect predictor of the behavior. >> all right, well, i think that david was that the event the other night, last saturday. and my sen of it is that newt was trying to impress the people around him waiting for pearls of attack wisdom from newt gingrich. but article by dennis de souza has tons of inaccuracy and misstated assumptions
this year. nikki haley in south carolina will be probably the governor of south carolina after november. she would not be on the map but for sarah palin and she's not the only candidate. joe miller in alaska and probably even christine o'donnell in delaware. she doesn't have a perfect track record but her endorsement is the one that matters this year. and she's really wooing the base. productions like this, these are professional quality and you don't see that coming from a lot of the republicans these days. >> you've got to give her props, whether you like her or not, and the country is clearly divided on her, but she really took a gamble on the people she backed it wasn't like she was waiting to see which way the wind blew, she reached out, picked out some people and really elevated them. you look at mitt romney who suddenly endorsed o'donnell after she won, you know, after she won the primary. mitt romney is like, why, yes, i endorse her. sarah palin is out in front taking real political risk on things. >> you can't take it away from her, she is a conviction politician. i think jim demint
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